Autonomous Ships and the Law

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Chapter 7

Man, machine, and culpa: Or finding a path toward strict liability

Trond Solvang

1 Introduction

We are facing an era of autonomous and remotely controlled ships. In international deep sea shipping this development still has some way to go – for commercial, logistical, and regulatory reasons. But on a national level the development is becoming reality. Take Norway as an example:

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